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forstell for possessing porn, a lot of it, thousands of videos of children were found in his san jose apartment. >> some of the pornography that mr. forstell was sharing involved younger children, the youngest ones we saw were about 4 years old, up to about 9, the majority in the 5 to 7-year-old range. >> reporter: even more disturbing, the children in the same images were the same ages as the children he taught in seaside, south of santa cruz. that is not the only school forstell worked at. he was also a substitute from 2009 until february of this year. during that time he filled in at 11 different elementary schools and middle schools in the district, including a 5-month assignment, teaching third grade here at clyde arbuckle elementary school. >> he was a substitute teacher here and applied for substitute service in 2009. we do a background check, and a fingerprint check. so we did that, and he cleared that. those fingerprints go to a department of justice, so at a time of hiring that is done. >> reporter: the investigation continues, we tried to talk to him at his apartment but no
if you happen to work here in san jose, the minimum wage jumps $2 from $8 to $10 an hour. one restaurant here in san jose starting paying their workers that $10 an hour back in december. the owner who owns pizza my heart in san jose says he wants to see how the new pay increase works and if it impacts the bottom line and admits prices on the menu had to increase when wages increased. other businesses say they may have to make similar adjustments, charging customers more in the end. the san jose minimum wage increase was approved by voters back in november and at pizza my heart, the transition, so far, it has been government. >> we raised prices roughly 3 percent overall and that was kind of the test to make sure it covers it, and it has so it has been neutral to us overall. who has the highest minimum wage in the nation, san francisco topped the list with workers making $10.55 an hour and santa fe, new mexico, people are paid $10.51 for minimum wake and now san jose is the third highest in the nation paying workers $10 an hour according to the united states department of labor
dollar sin thankful plan to keep them in the valley. new at six we are live in san jose where we have been inside the city hall debate. >> reporter: that debate turned in to grateful approval about 45 minutes ago because it could mean up to $23 million in revenue. officials were reminded these days in dealing silicon valley you have to spend money to make money. samsung semi conductor did a big deal today and it's a big deal for everybody involved. samsung plans a 200 million- dollar expansion of it's north first street offices from 200,000 to almost 700,000 square feet. it'll be a state-of-the-art research and development site. today samsung thanked san jose and it's economy kick development department. >> our vision of a unique and landmark building a testment to our commitment to maintaining a bright future for san jose. >> reporter: its cash strapped san jose that's thank. though sam sun has been here for 30 years, the mayor revealed how intense the competition was between san jose and austin. >> they figured it was 100 million-dollar difference in the cost of the project betwee
. >>> the medical examiner has been called out to the caltrain tracks in san jose where a woman's body was found. investigators are looking at evidence between the diridon and tamien station stops. she may have been hit by a southbound train but the circumstances of her death are still under investigation. trains are on schedule. >>> a shooting this morning left a man dead in san jose in the ninth homicide of the year. police why called to murtha and capitol avenue around 4:30 this morning. a man was shot in the chest. so far, police don't have a suspect or motive. >>> authorities are trying to figure out how a man got into an elevator shaft at a bart station. bart police say the homeless man died last night after being crushed by an elevator going up. his body was wedged between the elevato -- elevator and a wall. >> the defense secretary chuck hagel is returned to the u.s. his three-day visit saw an afghan police officer shoot u.s. troops, two suicide bombings and accusations by their president hamid karzai that the united states is working with the talib
>>> developing news in san jose. we are going to show you the scene where police shot a woman they say tried to run them over. good evening. i'm ama dates. dan ashley has the night off. >> i'm carolyn johnson. that woman is expected to survive. officers say they had no open fe again. this all happened next to the aladen expressway. this is the third police shooting in san jose this month raising questions tonight about police tactics. abc7 news reporter thomas roman is there for us. thomas? >> carolyn, anytime a police officer shoots someone, the police department takes it seriously. that's why san jose police are still working this crime scene. they have also closed off almaden road between willow glen way and willow road. goinvestigation has been going on for the past six and the evidence technicians poured over the road. from sky 7hd we can see the red honda that was involved in the shooting incident in the driveway of a home. san jose police spokesman says officers were checking out reports of a stolen car seen in the neighborhood. >> when the officers approached the vehic
lodge. the victim is a 52-year-old woman from san jose. a suspect has been identified but has not been arrested. the manager of the lodge says he was unaware a crime had possibly taken place there. >>> new details now in the case of a missing oakland woman. friends and family hope surveillance video will help find her. this shows the 31-year-old power walking along the sidewalk on the corner of 34th and telegraph last thursday morning. friends and family say they haven't seen or heard from her since. she had a ticket to fly to dallas on friday morning to intend the weekend visiting her brother. instead, her brother flew here to oakland to help search for her. >> i just want to know where she, you know? she's my sister. we're so close. she's my best friend in the whole world, you know? i love her so much. >> late this afternoon, police told us that she was spotted in west oakland after her purported disappearance. police also say they are not asking for the media's help, would not say why. >>> a man is now facing murder charges in connection with saturday's deadly crash that took three
arrested him but he fought extra diction to the united states. he was eventually released. >> san jose-based cisco systems is letting go 500 employees. they report the lays offs took place this week. cisco is confirming the layoffs, which are called a realignment. they employ 73,000 people worldwide. some sources say those most affected were involved with data center business development. >> facebook is ready for another big announcement, sending out this individual station to reporter at company headquarters next thursday april 4th. the invitation says "come see our new home on droid." the event is likely related to the recent push into droid systems. until a few months ago facebook focused mobile efforts around apple's inno one. >> pilgrims and tourists from around the world are descending on holy sites in jerusalem for easter week. ♪ jesus remember me >> they believe jesus was crucified on this good friday and resurrected on easter sunday. hundreds of christians packed crumb judgment's holy sepulchre in the hold city of jerusalem and attend another mass in bethlehem where jesus is
of a home. san jose police spokesman says officers were checking out reports of a stolen car seen in the neighborhood. >> when the officers approached the vehicle, the driver immediately reversed the vehicle and pulled forward and striking the officer. >> that's when the officers made a split-second decision. >> discharged his firearm and striking the driver at least once. the passenger did sustain an injury. unknown that is whether or not that was part of the gunfire. >> the driver was a woman and her male companion were not identified. both went to the hospital, but police say they hillary cover. the officer was not seriously hurt. almaden was closed at 4:30 when the shooting happened. many people coming home from work were surprised to see so many police officers. while inconvenient the incident doesn't bother her. >> it was a great neighborhood. i still feel comfortable living here jie. this is the third time an officer has shot someone. but police insist they don't have a choice. >> you think it is different and they will be investigated as we normally do as a matter of proto
. these are pictures from last weekend's buyback in san jose. today's event runs from 10:00 to 3:00 at the solano county fairgrounds. you can get $100 for a working handgun or shotgun, or $200 for an assault weapon. solano county law enforcement agencies say funds are limited and they are still accepting checks and cash donations. >>> workers are now pouring concrete on the final section of the roadway of the new bay bridge. this is happening on the eastbound deck of the so-called oakland touchdown. today's work is considered a major milestone. crews will shut down the bay bridge for the last round of construction work starting on august 28th. and the bridge is set to open to traffic right after the labor day weekend. kpix 5 is the official television station for the bay bridge opening ceremony. we are counting down the days until the new eastern span opens in september. >>> workers are rebuilding this weekend, after a fire hit a world famous food destination in berkeley. cabella's waters was in tears after seeing the damage at her restaurant. >> the beams ar
otherwise, in san jose we have a solo spinout in los gatos northbound 17 blocking a lane of traffic. it will be cleared when the tow truck is on the scene. >> there are two more chances for cardinals inside the cistene chapel to vote and select the next pope with the morning sessions ending with no decision katie, could we have a decision today? >> if history is any indication that is a long shot. according to the vatican the shortest conclave of the 20th century was three ballots in 1939. we have passed that marker, two votes this morning and one yesterday bringing us to three ballots. the only way to know is by watching the chimney on the chapel, and this is a live look , with white smoke signal as new pope is chosen but we have only seen this. check out the video from this morning, black smoke around 3: 3:40, so no cardinal receives two-thirds majority or 77 of the 115 votes. the longest conclave lasted five days in the 20th century. if this breaks all modern records there are new rules that allow for a simple majority if on pope hasn't been found after 12 or 13 days. of course,
in a homeless encampment in san jose near the guadalupe river. police officers will clear the area at 8:03 a.m. this morning. kron4 mike pelton who is in san jose with more. >> this is about 28 a. of uninhabited land. if they want to move the people out of here so the thick in cleared up. this stretch runs along spring street between taylor. it was left vacant because it is located near an airport. they stated that the area was left there in case a pilot needs to make a emergency landing. once again, everyone here will have to mold. >> i know they have jobs to do i do not want to sit here and call them bad names. the san jose police department is good. i have not had any problems out here. >> apparently, the city has had problems with them. off they stated that the camp fires and the trash that has been left behind is warning the environment. the city stated that would try to take steps for they know cannot not to be taking place. >> now to our coverage on st. the slaying santa cruz police officers memorial. thousands of officers, friends, family and members of the community attended yesterd
with american flags. those casket's right now are at h-p pavilion in san jose where the funeral service will take place at noon today. mike pelton is live outside the h-p pavilion with the details. >> 15,000 people can fill h- p pavilion at the funeral is held here in san jose and not santa cruz because such a large crowd is expected. the procession will begin in santa cruz are around 845 this morning. a motorcade will travel along highway 17 to san jose. the memorial service begins at noon and will last about several hours of about 3:00. those in santa cruz and cannot make the trip to san jose the kaiser permanente aery now will open its doors and broadcast the service. you also watch the service on our a live outcast at 0193 or on kron4 .com. possibly it expected an attendant our law enforcement agencies across the community barry. see me as i first come, first served basis. they will start shutting down roads are around the arena there aren't signs posted a and this road will close at 730. the motorcade and recession will arrive at the 930 and 10:00. >> this is one of those things
. new febreze stick & refresh. breathe happy. >>> developing news in san jose. we are going to show you the scene where police shot a woman they say tried to run them over. good evening. i'm ama dates. dan ashley has the night off. >> i'm carolyn johnson. that woman is expected to survive. officers say they had no choice but to open fire again. this all happened next to the aladen expressway. this is the third police shooting in san jose this month raising questions tonight about police tactics. abc7 news reporter thomas roman is there for us. thomas? >> carolyn, anytime a police officer shoots someone, the police department takes it seriously. that's why san jose police are still working this crime scene. they have also closed off almaden road between willow glen way and willow road. the investigation has been going on for the past six and the evidence technicians poured over the road. from sky 7hd we can see the red honda that was involved in the shooting incident in the driveway of a home. san jose police spokesman says officers were checking out reports of a stolen car seen in the n
with great devotion. >> the san jose diocese will hold a thanksgiving mass sunday. >>> he faces tasks including improving image. coming up, the work ahead for the new pope francis. >>> in overnight news a 4-point earthquake shook sonoma county just after 2 a.m. northeast of healdsberg. it does not appear a lot of people felt it. the sheriff's office only took two calls and there are no reports of damage. >>> deputies arrested a man who tried to escape by swimming the oakland estuary last night. deputies spotted a stolen car in the parking lot of the oakland aquatic center. deputies say the driver took off, leading them on a chase down embarquadero before hitting a u.p.s. truck, jumped out of the car, swam the oakland estuary and hid on a boat before he was arrested. >> there's a backup on the toll plaza every morning, most cars head straight through toll lanes, we're looking at it live, in the minutes before 10:00 some drivers are pulling off to the side of the road. they are hoping to save a couple dollars by waiting for the price to drop from $6 to $4 at 10:00 but they are breaking
a simple lifestyle with great devotion. >> the san jose diocese will hold a thanksgiving mass sunday. >>> he faces tasks including improving image. coming up, the work ahead for the new pope francis. >>> in overnight news a 4-point earthquake shook sonoma county just after 2 a.m. northeast of healdsberg. it does not appear a lot of people felt it. the sheriff's office only took two calls and there are no reports of damage. >>> deputies arrested a man who tried to escape by swimming the oakland estuary last night. deputies spotted a stolen car in the parking lot of the oakland aquatic center. deputies say the driver took off, leading them on a chase down embarquadero before hitting a u.p.s. truck, jumped out of the car, swam the oakland estuary and hid on a boat before he was arrested. >> there's a backup on the toll plaza every morning, most cars head straight through toll lanes, we're looking at it live, in the minutes before 10:00 some drivers are pulling off to the side of the road. they are hoping to save a couple dollars by waiting for the p
>> happening right now san jose's voter approved hike in minimum wage takes effect. voters in november approved a raise from the state mandated $8 to $10. some workers say it is about time and others are worried it will be passed on to the consumers. >> they need the minimum wage. $8 is not anything in this economy. they need the extra wage. >> i am on a tight budget already. to go in there and have the milk and gas raised more because we need to pay more for the employees...i will not get ahead. >> city leaders are playing down the effect on prices and business leaders are trying to use the higher minimum wage to encourage people to spend their dollars in san jose rather than neighboring towns. >> animal sanctuary in fresno county is re-opened this morning six days after a lion killed a woman there. cat haven conducted tours yesterday. the first tour began with a moment of silence for the volunteer intern after the 24-year-old was attacked from behind. on wednesday, he snapped her neck and killed her instantly. a statement was read during the tribute to her daughter. >> li
set back for pension reform in san jose. formal complaint charges the city with taking it to the voter too soon. >> called the automatic driving assistant. tonight 7 on your side michael finy shows you how side michael finy shows you how it could change the way you >> good evening. 7 news at finance:00. spiking their drinks. police arrested a present ask teacherting sleeping pills in the toddler's cups. it happened at kitty academy in morgan hill. as heather explains, the parents of kids in that teacher's class are absolutely stunned by this news. and they are angry. police say 59-year-old oly sister resident worked off and on at the kidy academy for 5 years. worked in child care for 20. at the academy she was responsible for 10 children between the ages of 1 and two years old. friday morning she was getting ready for their arrival when a colleague noticed something strange. >> she is preparing water for them. and one of the other employees witnessed her putting something into this, these cups. not all but soil. police say she has admitted it was the adult s
are investigating san jose's third police shooting of this month. an officer fired on a suspect yesterday afternoon after police say a woman in a stolen car tried to run an officer down. they say the woman reversed the car and hit the officer as he approached the vehicle. the officer then shot her at least once. a man sitting in the passenger seat was injured but it is not clear if he was shot. both went to the hospital but police say they will recover. the for was not seriously injured. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo will have the latest in the next half hour. >> four children, one only 13, led police on a chase down highway 101 yesterday. the three teenage boys and a girl all from san jose are now accused stealing a car and running from police. sky 7 was over seen just as the chase ended in redwood city, the 14-year-old boy behind the wheel started running from police by foster city after they spotted the stolen car. >> people hoping to reduce gun violence are planning ever developments across the country today. today is the national day to demand action, a bay area group is planning to rally
ago. what led to this frightening scene in the city's bay view district. >>> we are live in san jose where police are looking for two robbers who targeted people riding light rail. we'll show you surveillance video of the suspects. >>> and the fog might make it tough for you to see on some commutes. the morning news continues. >>> good morning. thank you for waking up with us on this friday morning. good friday. march 29th i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm brian flores in for dave clark today. let's take a quick lack at your weather and traffic. steve a foggy and a little warm today. >> definitely very foggy for you out there in thest cone abay. visibility near zero. >>> here in san jose the fog hasn't arrived yet. we both know the fog doesn't move around. we'll be the fog brothers we'll take a lack at it. there is a look at the sunol grade. at 6:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> sal, thank you. we're tracking developing news in san francisco where a driver lost control and plowed into a house. a woman who lives in the home says she was asleep when the driver came crashing through h
property in the south bay. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is in san jose this morning where warnings went out several days ago. >> reporter: the city says it gave these people 72 hours notice and today they are planning a clean-up. i'm on spring street in san jose and you can see campers remain on this public property. the clean-up though is set to begin this morning. and the city says it's going up to its police presence here. about 100 people having living in this encampment near the guadalupe parkway river. it's one of an estimated 60 camps throughout santa clara county. this one is in the flight path of the san jose airport so it's been spotted from above and it quickly grew after another sweep of a homeless encampment nearby. >> you move them interest one spot and they pop up in another -- you move them from one spot and they pop up in another. >> it's frustrating but part of the process. we have to be consistent as i said in our application on how we work with people. if we continue to work, i think everyone at the city believes that we will have
together to honor them. officers, dignitary, friends and family filled san jose's h.p. pavilion yesterday to remember and celebrate the lives of detective sergeant loran "butch" baker and detective elizabeth butler. the two were shot and killed by sexual assault suspect making them the first santa cruz police officers to be killed in the line of duty. >> two heroes. two friends. taken from us far too soon at the hands of a madman. this is the touching tribute outside the h.p. pal beyond, uniformed officers raising their hand in salute at the hearses carrying the bodies. >> the 24-year-old driver under arrest for the death of a high school student is scheduled to be in court and charged with driving under the influence and killing a 17-year-old khan and faces up to 10 years in prison. chang was walking across the boulevard at vale avenue on saturday night and she was hit. she was on the track team at high school. the teammate wore green ribbons which was her favorite color, at the meatier. >> bill clinton is doing an about face on same-sex marriage calling on the supreme court to overturn
is on for two men who followed people from a light rail station in san jose and robbed them. janine de la vega sat station with -- is at the station with a look at the suspects. >> reporter: i am standing in front of the light rail station. police say passengers who were riding the train were followed from here and into a neighborhood about a half a mile away and then robbed. police want to know if you recognize these two men. one of them is black, the other is latino and both appear to be in their 20s. this is surveillance video of the two suspects leaving the train on march 8th. investigators say at 7:30 that night suspects followed victims from a train into the 2700 block. that is where they confronted the victims saying they would shoot if they didn't turn over their property. the suspects robbed the victims and ran away. the first is described as being black, 5'10", 180 pounds with a afro wearing a white t-shirt and white and black plaid shorts. the other is latino 5'8", 180 pounds. he f you have any information about this robbery or if you recog
are growing and hiring. it's like opening a present that will be giving gifts for years to come. san jose's best-tronics taking the wraps off a giant 71,000-square-foot manufacturing facility by giving locals a place to see their products being made is bringing testing back. >> here they can just drive down 101 or 880 and they're here. we can send our engnaers to work. the advantages cannot be quantified. >> reporter: manufacturing jobs, long outsourced to other countries, coming back here to the bay area giving the already hot tech industry a slightly different shot in the arm. >> and so there's another category of jobs, technical jobs. there will be some ph.d.s but people with technical degrees and technical expertise in manufacturing. we've lost a lot of that over the last few decades and it's great to see it come back. >> reporter: as we buy more mobile technology, more components like these have to be made and tested to fit into our gadgets. and that means more jobs in facilities like this one. >> absolutely. in fact, we've already hired -- if you look at our head count what it was l
gate bridge picked up by now. elsewhere we go to san jose, i believe, we have road work on north 101 from tully with a lane of traffic closed until 5:30 this morning. kristen and katie? >> thank you. the controversy around nascar and why some are upset about an upcoming sponsor. >> another big blizzard is headed east with some areas getting a huge snowy blast. >> but, first, forbes has the new ranking of billionaires and the c.e.o. of heinz talks. >> the dow jones industrial average opened this morning at 14,128, just 37 points from the all-time record set back in october of 2007. heinz got a big golden parachute for the c.e.o. who gets more than $200 million if he is fired or pushed out. part of it is a severance package. >> and the richest billionaire is in mexico with a net worth of $73 billion and microsoft's bill gate is next, at $67 billion. >> starbucks has their first new permanent beverage in 12 years, permanent beverage in 12 years, with hazelnut [ woman ] don't forget the yard work! okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right
story. >> more than 100 people have been living in a homeless camp in san jose. they are supposed to clear out this morning but many are still here. what is going to happen. mornings on 2 starts now. >> complete, bay area news coverage starts right now this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome to mornings onto. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. happening now, in oakland, federal agents and local police are teaming up for a major crime sweep. brian flores is live from oakland with new information on this developing story. >> reporter: good morning to you. what we are learning is that this police raid involving oakland police as well as united states marshalls, they arrested several people this morning starting at around two on people involved in violent crime. this was confirmed when we pulled up about six a large group of officers and some heavy tactical gear and armored vehicles. the police station served as a regrouping point for the operation which included opd and united states marshalls. attorneys also involved here as well. they have a command unit based in
and the low cloud deck over san jose. mostly cloudy. in the 30s to 40s. once again. 37 in santa rose a.38napa. i want to point out this is slightly warmer than where we were 24 hours ago. though it's a cold start we are about like where we were friday. if you were out early you know what to expect. 37 in walnut creek. widespread 40s, 46 san francisco, 43 in areas around haywood. 38 san ramone. again we will start now to see the temperatures slowly turn around over the next two hours and then into the afternoon a nice warm up in store. here is the forecast. picking up just a little bit of high cloud cover around are the bay area, san jose reporting mostly cloudy by ten its clearing out. even the coastline looks mostly clear for your saturday afternoon. temperatures will be a few degrees above yesterday afternoon highs. pacific satellite view the system that brought the little bit of rain and then moved sight is pushing eastover arizona. we are still on the back edge of this trough like pattern. ridge of high pressure and the difference between the two could bring up the winds just a bit in to
. . >>> we are live in san jose where a sex offender broke into a woman's house, we will tell you what officers found on him. >>> the boat is being hoisted to be repaired and we will tell you about the damage on this vessel. >>> we have rain coming in and we will tell you when it will be on your doorstep. >>> the scandal that could affect the election of the next pope, ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> well, good morning to you, we are ready, it is march 5th, i am dave clark. >> thank you for joining us. rosemary orozco is here in for steve paulson talking about rain. >>> yes, most of us will remain dry throughout today and outside mostly cloudy conditions and we are chillier this morning, widespread 0s to -- 30s to mid-40s around the bay and if we go 160 miles north there is the rain. it will take all day to reach us but i will pinpoint where it is coming up. >>> good morning, rosemary and in oakland you can see it is not a bad drive as you go passed the coliseum. also this morning's commute
people in san jose are saying for plans to build a fast food restaurant in their neighborhood. they are against the mcdonalds being built in west san jose. but others say the community needs the jobs. nbc has more where both sides plan to speak out today. >> reporter: the community meeting starts at 6:30 tonight, but people are already filing here to the international performing arts center in san jose. more than 100 people are expected to express their opinions of why they do or don't want to see a new mcdonalds built in this mall. the plan is for the home of the big mac to be built here off this field in san jose. but neighbors are not loving it. especially the plan for a drive-through. >> that is where the traffic problems come up. the risk to kids come up. that is where we lose our pedestrian neighborhood, and the ea ease of getting in and out of the parking lot, it causes a real mess. >> reporter: many other neighbors signed the petition expressing concerns about the new fast food restaurant. many say with the middle school across the street, mcdonald's may undermine the
cruz memorial. the viewing comes one day before a public memorial service at hp pavilion in san jose. thursday's procession is set to start at 8:45 in the morning in santa cruz. participants will all be staging at the third street parking lot on the board walk. the procession will head north over highway 17 to hp pavilion in downtown san jose. authorities say that procession will cause rolling road closures along the route. >>> ktvu will air thursday's memorial live. our coverage begins with mornings on 2. then at 11:00, our coverage continues as the funeral procession makes its way to san jose. >>> on wall street the dow jones went where it has never been before surpassing it's previous record in closing at an all time high. the dow gained 125 points to 14,253. that is 90 points above the previous record set before the recession in october of 2007. nasdaq gained 42 it's at a 12 year high but still 19 points below its report set back in march 2000. still there was no champane popping in wall street. there's reluctance to get too excited since the economy remains in recovery mode. low
this morning. tonight, we learned about plans to remember the san jose musician, and changes coming to the train tracks where he was killed. >> i am 16 years old. >> reporter: the 16-year-old seen in this video was known for his love of one thing. >> music has been a big part of my life. >> reporter: he played bass and guitar, and loved jazz and blues. >> everybody knew him as the guy who could play the guitar. >> reporter: his life ended yesterday afternoon where he was hit and killed by a train. >> at this point in the investigation, there's nothing to indicate that this was the result of foul play, or an intentional act. >> he was known around campus, and everyone was just sad. everything was quiet. >> reporter: in the last month, jonathan won first place in a local school art contest for this original song entitled hard lessons. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: he said the award inspired him to write more and touch people's lives. >> definitely has motivated me to keep going. >> reporter: despite illegal signs posted it was a well known short cut. >> i can't believe it happened. i jus
was announced this morning. tonight, we learned about plans to remember the san jose musician, and changes coming to the train tracks where he was killed. >> i am 16 years old. >> reporter: the 16-year-old seen in this video was known for his love of one thing. >> music has been a big part of my life. >> reporter: he played bass and guitar, and loved jazz and blues. >> everybody knew him as the guy who could play the guitar. >> reporter: his life ended yesterday afternoon where he was hit and killed by a train. >> at this point in the investigation, there's nothing to indicate that this was the result of foul play, or an intentional act. >> he was known around campus, and everyone was just sad. everything was quiet. >> reporter: in the last month, jonathan won first place in a local school art contest for this original song entitled hard lessons. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: he said the award inspired him to write more and touch people's lives. >> definitely has motivated me to keep going. >> reporter: despite illegal signs posted it was a well known short cut. >> i can't believe it happened
at the limit and word of a new injury accident, north 101 at san jose, we will update that in the next few minutes. kristen and eric? >> looking ahead a few hours to traffic news, the devil slide tunnel on highway one opens tonight after the evening commute bypassing the landslide prone section of highway one. you can see the new tunnels from above, with drivers passing safely through the middle of the mountain and avoid the cliff hangar road which often closes for months at a time. ribbon cutting is scheduled for 11:00 this morning and abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield has more in 30 minutes. >> golden gate bridge crews are working to install 27' sign above the toll plaza this morning to let drivers know that soon paying with cash will no longer be an option. starting on wednesday, the bridge will in longer take cash and there will be no human toll takers. drives have to sign up for fast track, register a credit card account, or expect a bill after they cross. also starting on wednesday the toll plaza speed limit increases to 25 miles per hour up from the recommended five miles per hour n
're live in san jose, i'm damien tra hujillo, nbc news. >>> relief for the police who reached that little girl in the suv. he's sharing his story. officer acosta shared his reaction when he found her. >> she appeared like an 11-month-old would. she appeared distraught, kind of lost r lost, dazed. so she was happy to see us. >> officer acosta even rode with the little girl to the hospital and stayed there until she was reunited with his mother. the experience was emotional for him as well as the father of a 6-year-old and 2-year-old children. >>> a castro valley man is now dead after being shot by police last week. investigators say terrence barry called the alameda sheriff's office friday, told dispatchers he was going to shoot up the world. he also told them he had a machine gun. deputies arrived in an armored vehicle and spied barry in the bushes. at that point barry pointed what they thought was an assault rifle at them. they opened fire. after, the investigators learned it was only a homemade replica weapon. barry was hit twice and died at the hospital yesterday. >>> her family calls
boomers. how about 73 for livermore tomorrow. san jose 71. that's 4 degrees above average. san mateo and union city, all right around 69 to 70 degrees tomorrow. concord 73. walnut creek 74. livermore at 73 tomorrow. vallejo 71 is and low 70s likely in oakland, sonoma and san rafael. there's the rain moving in late tomorrow, it will be hopping inside. to let that get wet. we've got rain and thunderstorms on easter sunday as we will dry out by monday. monday through wednesday looking dry. another chance of rain on thursday. you can't get that rain all winter long. now it's easter sunday. we'll get that rain. >> and they will be adding that here during the day. >> it won't be a washout, but with a chance of thunderstorms if you hear thunder, that's my rule of thumb to keep the kids inside. always better to keep them safe as you can hear the thunder and you'll be close enough to get hit. maybe an easter egg hunt inside. sounds good. >> good advice. all right. students and families in san jose will march through the streets to celebrate. today marked the 20th year of the allen rock school
. the 68-year-old is a former baltimore police commissioner who served on the san jose police force. he can spend city funds, oversee top commanders and the chief and his deputies. >> in less than 48 hours the cardinals of the roman catholic church will cast their first ballot in the conclave to elect a new pope. reporter: from the pews, to the pulpit. >> , on this the second consecutive sunday without a pope, prayers center enon the weighty decision ahead for he 115 cardinals who will elect the next leader of the roman catholic church. >> let's pray the holy spirit helps us choose the next pope. reporter: boston's cardinal sean o'malley stepped into the role of parry priest today. celebrating mass at their honorary churches throughout rome. this is their day of rest after six long days of speeches during the general congregation meeting, many say they have now narrowed their options. >> a week ago we said we have a lot of work to do. now you see a sense of resignation and trust and fight. >> with -- trust and faith. >> in is no obvious front runner bus factions are growing. the reformers s
warning to the united states. >> reporter: we're live in san jose where police need your help in solving a robbery. we'll tell you surveillance video of the men who targeted some teenaged boys riding the light rail. >>> and the becomes a victim and the reward growing from it. "mornings on 2" starts right now. >>> good friday move, i'm brian flores. >> i'm tori campbell. dave clark is off today. >>> police are searching for the driver who plowed into a home in san francisco's bayview district, then took off. it happened around 4:00 it morning. tara moriarty is joinging us with reaction from the home in the woman who thought there had been an earthquake. >> reporter: good morning. they thought it was an earthquake. the mother said the daughter rushed into her bedroom and said i think it's the big one and then they looked outside and saw the car smashed into their house where the blue tarp is. witnesses say the driver slammed into the house and then the suspect ran away. there appears to be about $10,000 worth of damage to the house and many items inside the garage were ruined, including a
next. bob redell joins from us the ca camp's location which is between the san jose airport and the rose garden. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. san jose police have already cleared out most of these encampments on this parcel of vacant land owned by the city. so far no arrests for trespassing and little confrontation between officers and the people who live here. >> you're currently trespassing on city property. if you refuse to leave, you would be arrested for trespassing. would you like to leave? >> sure. >> reporter: from what we can tell all the homeless people have agreed to cooperate with police demands despite the fact that adamantly they do not want to go. the city did give notice on wednesday about today's eviction. concerns about these encampments have become unsightly, unsanitary and a risk to public safety. at one point there were as many as 100 people out here. something that grew over the past month or so. today there are 20 to 30 people who remained. we don't know where the others went. that's a question resident has for themselves this morning. you'
're going to show you a ghost-like image people are talking about. >> reporter: we're live in san jose where a sex offender broke into a woman's home this morning. we'll tell you what police found in his pockets. >> and we're live in lafayette high above highway 24 where traffic is starting to pick it up. we'll tell you who they are coming up as mornings on 2 continues. [ anouncer ] ihop is in time square to compare new griddle-melts to your usual breakfast sandwich. a lot more flavor. [ anouncer ] ihop's new griddle melts... made fresh and hot! hand crafted just for you. it's like a sexy sandwich. [ anouncer ] compare new griddle melts yourself. just $4.99. it's an epic breakfast sandwich. >>> it is 7:29. we are tracking overnight news in san jose where a registered sex offender has been arrested after a break in at a home. live now with more on the burglary that has an entire neighborhood on edge this morning. >> reporter: good morning. neighbors are disturbed this happened. they are applauding police's efforts how quickly they nabbed the suspect. and when they caught him they found on his
recognize these men, call san jose police. i also want to mention that a couple of months ago a woman was robbed. she was on ray street and that incident when we reported it, we showed pictures of the suspect and people called into the station, recognizing the suspects, an arrest was made. police are hoping, even though this is an unrelated case, if police recognize the pictures, that maybe, you know, they will call into police and they will be able to get success in this case. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, janine. >>> a suicide bomber killed 11 people and injured more than 20 in an attack at a u could. son sue lit in pakistan -- u.s. consulate in pakistan. reportedly, the target of the attack was a police commander. he was not hurt. the pakistani taliban claimed responsibility for the attack saying police are part of the system they don't recognize and they are operating against us. >>> meantime, a mass rally in north korea today against the u.s. coming up at 7:15, the action by the u.s. that has
badly. we can smell it. >> reporter: the mayors of san francisco, san jose, santa clara and others came together on the stadium's northwest plaza to symbolize the bid to bring the super bowl here in 2016. >> there is no greater place to have a super bowl than here in silicon valley. >> it will be a regional effort with regional ben films. >> bring the super bowl here, it will be a regional effort with regional benefits. >> it's an incredible. >> reporter: the heart of the stadium is the new high-tech stadium. after the new orleans super bowl blackout this year, officials will highlight the stadium's energy efficiency. >> we have enough solar panels for our ten home games to be powered by the sun. we'll be net neutral on the grid to home games. that's something nobody else in the world can say in sporting events. >> reporter: despite the stadium being in santa clara and closer to san jose -- >> we're only a long putt from the border of san jose. >> reporter: south bay mayors know san francisco look the marquee name. >> san francisco is an iconic
's right engine. so the plane returned to san jose for a landing where it was met as you saw there, by crews on the ground. no one was injured. >> we're learning new information today about the three people accused of stealing a luxury sail boat in sausalito. >> yes. sky 7 hd was overhead as police made arrests. investigators now believe they know how that yacht was stolen. >> amy hollyfield has more. >>> police are getting a good look at the yacht known as darling and think they have figured out how it was stolen. >> the boat fell is evidence of forced entry. >> three people on board were arrested and booked. police say they're not familiar with any of them and say one 53-year-old is known to law enforcement officials in santa cruz county. >> for public disorder, for property crimes, like theft. narcotic autos police have an important piece of evidence thanks to someone at sausalito yacht harbor. >> the instinct said they don't belong. and so that person took it further and said, well maybe i should take a picture. >> didn't know the value but for us, it's huge value because it pl
southbound, then, north on highway 87 to san jose. our live coverage of the service begins at 11:00 a.m. here on abc 7 news and abc 7 news.com. cal train offering free service to the memorial for members of law enforcement6z te city is offering four metro bus vouchers for those with no other way to the service. go to abc 7 news.com for details. >> we are learning new details about the man who shot and killed those two police officers last week. deputies say jeremy goulet lost his coffee shop job, sold his motorcycle and told house mates he was moving out. police say the sargeant and detective went to golet's house to investigate a groping case. goulet opened fire on theme a lion mauled and killed an employee inside of a cage in a wild animal sanctuary. it happened in the big cat haven in dunlap. deputies put down the lion when they arrived. >> this is very rare. because of the safety requirements, animal employee interaction was limited other than a showcase situation this, is a situation where you have had someone too close to one. >> the facility houses several exotic species. >> bay area
from a san jose city clerk. the mercury news reporting that clerk noticed a possible forged signature on a city council campaign form. the former santa clara county supervisor has resigned, agreeing onto plead guilty of charges he used campaign funds to support his gambling conviction. shirawaka served two terms as a city councilman and on a local school board before becoming a supervisor. >>> a southbay hot spot could get hotter and more hectic if you're looking for a punishinging space. city of san jose is considering a plan to build office space on santana road. three new buildings that total 700,000 square feet. the space would accommodate between 2500 and 3500 employees. the plans would require building on an existing parking lot along with chester boulevard and acknowledging this nearby apartment complex. reportedly the developer would build an underground parking garage. the city of san jose still has to approve the proposal. >>> house republicans releasing a plan today attempting to show it is possible to balance that budget within 10 years by simply cutting spending. even tho
at the end, okay. so even at san jose state, if you added to that formula of people, we added human mentors and human tuiteors and access to the instructor, and we just finish admit-term exam for a stats class, statistics class and we had 100% retention. 1 100% of the kids took that class, and the performance in the online class was slightly better than the inclass performance of students. >> you have been deemed or massively online open courses have been -- college courses onlines, let's just call it as that, have been deemed, oh, look at the dropout rate and it's trum douse. it's apples and o. one is free, it might be interesting to take this and 100,000 people sign up and the other one in the case of the san jose state, have you to take this claeys class forward to get into san jose state and you have to pay for it as well. that's going to be a totally different retention level. >> yes. >> because there's motivation there to stick with the course. >> we've been very fortunate, the bill and melinda gates foundation funded all the tuition, it's actually free for student right now, but you'
face 10 years in prison. he is scheduled to return to court later this month. >>> san jose police have arrested a man in connection with a fatal stabbing at a parking. police say 20-year-old vincent gallegos killed 37-year-old eric white. news chopper 2 was over the scene when white's body was found in guadalupe oak grove park. police say they don't believe it was gang related. >>> tonight we're getting a better picture of the damage done to berkeley's penny's restaurant in an early morning fire. allie rasmus live with the latest on the fire. >> reporter: to my right you can see some of the wooden boards where they're getting ready to board up the broken windows here. they're canceling all of the reservations at least through march 23rd. the restaurant will be shut down because of the fire. there were lots of hugs. >> it definitely touches me deeply. i care about this neighborhood and businesses. i mean it's just our 41st year. >> reporter: the fire broke out at 3: 3: 3:00 this morning. it started underneath the business. >> where the fire originated there's some electrical equipment
by san jose police is expected to survive. this is the city's third officer involved shooting this month. it happened yesterday afternoon after police stopped the stolen car. investigators say the woman driving put the car in reverse and then drove towards the officers. one officer was struck by the car but got off a shot that hit the woman. the officer was hurt but he will be okay. >>> new night at 5:00 p.m., a break in involving several cases of wine. ktvu's john sasaki sin san francisco and tells us this wine was worth a lot of money. john? >> reporter: frank, that is right. this is a $5 bottle and each bottle was worth 200 times that amount. details are sketchy but it was tuesday that someone broke into this building in san francisco and into fine wines international. they stole 80 80 bottles of wine, more than $100,000. they have been here for more than 30 years. their less pricy bottles cost $20,000 a case and one costs $37,000 a case. police are trying to find out if this was a crime of opportunity or something else. >> when someone breaks in, you never know what they will get and
to the lower 50s. santa rosa, currently 44. downtown san francisco, 49 and san jose reporting mostly cloudy skies and the current temperature, 50 degrees. a few hours for today, especially for this morning and cold rain expected for tomorrow. as this area of low pressure approaches. the cold front moves across the area overnight. we will have a sun/cloud mix and then cold rain for tomorrow. this is an unstable air mass. we're talking about some thunderstorms and possibly low snow levels down to 3,000 feet. here's our forecast models showing you this. and then into the afternoon hours, it drops off on the coverage quite a bit. but still a chance and then into tonight, look what happens. we have development offshore and into tomorrow morning, that will be the source of some more rain showers and a chance of a few thunderstorms. today, some clouds, breaks in the clouds, passing shower, especially for this morning. temperatures mainly in the 50s for afternoon highs. look ahead, we could be tracking some thunderstorms for your thursday. partly sunny skies on friday. with your weekend always in v
:30. >>> three officer-involved shootings in san jose this month. the latest injured a mom and the officer who pulled the trigger says he took action after the woman tried to run him over. police say they cornered the stolen car on almaden road near willow glenn way yesterday afternoon when the driver tried to hit an officer who was standing on the street. the officer feared for his life and opened fire into that car. >> we heard the gunshots, rapid fire, five, six, at least. then we walked over there, you can see the cops had their guns drawn. >> the driver and the man in the car with her were both injured but they are expected to survive. the police officer was not hurt. >>> a canadian man is behind wars in connection with the charges he tried to arrange sex with a 16-year-old san mateo girl. san jose police arrested adam ouellette on charges of having child porn on his cell phone. he was previously arrested tuesday at sfo where he was allegedly supposed to meet the girl. that meeting was arranged for police officers and were waiting for him when he arrived at the airport. >> there's a charg
of a westerly breeze. 40s on the temperatures. one upper 30. that's santa rosa. antioch, 44, livermore, san jose, redwood city, san rafael. san rafael seems to be stuck at 44. there's your break in the clouds right now. but they will continue to roll in later this afternoon leading to rain by tuesday afternoon. highs today, 60s into -- some low 70s. tomorrow that system comes in. it looks like that rain will carry us into wednesday. and 60s and 70s. no system behind this one. it's one system and out of here. clearing takes place on thursday and right now temperatures look like they will rebound as they head into the upcoming weekend. >>> 7:26. tomorrow, the new pope will be officially inaugurated. we'll bring you a live report from rome and have all of the new details about that ceremony. >>> and we're live here in san francisco where unhappy bay area postal workers plan on protesting this morning. we'll tell you the reasons why they are so upset -- coming up. >> reporter: do silicon tech companies have enough diversity in their workplace? you may be surprised about how difficult it was to give
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